Feb 25, 2019
This was an excellent short course providing valuable resources and practice components to become more familiar with the calculations\n\nI would definitely recommend this course. Thank you
Sep 13, 2017
Great course! I learned a lot about epidemiology in public health practice. The examples and exercises were really helpful in understanding how to apply what you learn.
von Ranya A•
Sep 15, 2017
I think the last week's module was by far the most helpful. Although the first three weeks were useful, the fourth week made it worth my time.
von mohrah m a•
Jan 03, 2018
It is concise and short course with valuable information. Great course
von Marc P•
Apr 29, 2018
very interesting course but indicators linked to disease burden need to be further explained/explored.
von Chris J•
Nov 26, 2017
Excellent course with solid practical applications.
Mar 11, 2018
The content is very useful. I learn about the epidemiology in practice application. And the terms of epidemiology. Wish there would be a Chinese script.
von prashant s•
Sep 11, 2018
von Mary W•
Jul 23, 2019
Very good instructor and learning aides. You do need to read and then watch the videos as they go quite fast with a lot of details to absorb.
von paul t•
Aug 07, 2019
very enjoyable course and well delivered
Nov 23, 2018
It was a perfect Course by Keri Althoff Thank you so much For the learning
von DR A N•
Aug 30, 2017
The course gives a good overview of the terms and knowledge needed for public health epidemiology. However, there also needs to be experience-sharing talks by renowned experts from all over the world on the actual competencies as well as soft skills and temperament required to succeed in this field. Some details in statistical calculations, field epidemiology and the difference with respect to etiologic epidemiology needs to be covered in greater detail.
von Steve V•
Jan 08, 2018
Beaucoup d'informations utiles, mais une interface trop sobre pour être réellement didactique. Le contenu pourrait également être amélioré.
von Jonathan G•
Mar 15, 2018
really didn't get the point of this course. I understand there are 1 million ways that affect how someone get a disease, but it really had nothing to do with healthcare or how to treat others. It was more of a statistics course. Might I suggest courses that talk about more common diseases or something more health-related. We all know that the US healthcare system favors the rich when it's the working class and the poor that have the most health problems. It's simply not fair.